Trump Bizarrely Attempts to Put ‘Phantom of the Opera’ Closure on Biden

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Peter Kavinsky

Former President Donald Trump interrupted a series of politically themed posts on his social media site to blame the Biden administration for the closing of the longest running musical in Broadway history.

Writing on his Truth Social platform, Trump shared an Associated Press story about the announcement that the New York production of The Phantom of the Opera will make his final bows in February 2023 with a caustic note: “Even ‘Phantom of the Opera‘ is closing in on the Biden era!”

According to the AP, the long-running production’s impending swan song has nothing to do with President Joe Biden or his administration. Instead, the show’s end of a series of 13,925 performances dating back to 1988 is a result of a “post-pandemic softening in theater attendance in New York”.

In a statement, the show’s longtime producer Cameron Mackintosh said the nature of the theater is that “all shows finally close.”

“As a producer, you dream that a show will last forever. In fact, my production of Andrew [Lloyd Webber]’s’Cats‘ proudly declared for decades ‘Now and forever’. Still ‘Ghost‘ surpassed the extraordinary run of that show on Broadway,” he said.

Trump is known for being a fan of Broadway musicals that debuted during his heyday as a developer and tabloid icon in the 1980s.

According to various reports, White House aides used to enlist aide Max Miller to play Trump Reagan-era shows — including the Cats showtopper “Memory” when the then president was getting upset.

Trump’s love of Broadway music also extends to the playlist that can be listened to before his political rallies. Among the songs that rallies can listen to while waiting for the ex-president are two selections of Ghost: “All I Ask of You” and the title track of the musical “The Phantom of the Opera”.

Former President Donald Trump interrupted a series of politically themed posts on his social media site to blame the Biden administration for the closing of the longest running musical in Broadway history.

Writing on his Truth Social platform, Trump shared an Associated Press story about the announcement that the New York production of The Phantom of the Opera will make his final bows in February 2023 with a caustic note: “Even ‘Phantom of the Opera‘ is closing in on the Biden era!”

According to the AP, the long-running production’s impending swan song has nothing to do with President Joe Biden or his administration. Instead, the show’s end of a series of 13,925 performances dating back to 1988 is a result of a “post-pandemic softening in theater attendance in New York”.

In a statement, the show’s longtime producer Cameron Mackintosh said the nature of the theater is that “all shows finally close.”

“As a producer, you dream that a show will last forever. In fact, my production of Andrew [Lloyd Webber]’s’Cats‘ proudly declared for decades ‘Now and forever’. Still ‘Ghost‘ surpassed the extraordinary run of that show on Broadway,” he said.

Trump is known for being a fan of Broadway musicals that debuted during his heyday as a developer and tabloid icon in the 1980s.

According to various reports, White House aides used to enlist aide Max Miller to play Trump Reagan-era shows — including the Cats showtopper “Memory” when the then president was getting upset.

Trump’s love of Broadway music also extends to the playlist that can be listened to before his political rallies. Among the songs that rallies can listen to while waiting for the ex-president are two selections of Ghost: “All I Ask of You” and the title track of the musical “The Phantom of the Opera”.

Former President Donald Trump interrupted a series of politically themed posts on his social media site to blame the Biden administration for the closing of the longest running musical in Broadway history.

Writing on his Truth Social platform, Trump shared an Associated Press story about the announcement that the New York production of The Phantom of the Opera will make his final bows in February 2023 with a caustic note: “Even ‘Phantom of the Opera‘ is closing in on the Biden era!”

According to the AP, the long-running production’s impending swan song has nothing to do with President Joe Biden or his administration. Instead, the show’s end of a series of 13,925 performances dating back to 1988 is a result of a “post-pandemic softening in theater attendance in New York”.

In a statement, the show’s longtime producer Cameron Mackintosh said the nature of the theater is that “all shows finally close.”

“As a producer, you dream that a show will last forever. In fact, my production of Andrew [Lloyd Webber]’s’Cats‘ proudly declared for decades ‘Now and forever’. Still ‘Ghost‘ surpassed the extraordinary run of that show on Broadway,” he said.

Trump is known for being a fan of Broadway musicals that debuted during his heyday as a developer and tabloid icon in the 1980s.

According to various reports, White House aides used to enlist aide Max Miller to play Trump Reagan-era shows — including the Cats showtopper “Memory” when the then president was getting upset.

Trump’s love of Broadway music also extends to the playlist that can be listened to before his political rallies. Among the songs that rallies can listen to while waiting for the ex-president are two selections of Ghost: “All I Ask of You” and the title track of the musical “The Phantom of the Opera”.

Former President Donald Trump interrupted a series of politically themed posts on his social media site to blame the Biden administration for the closing of the longest running musical in Broadway history.

Writing on his Truth Social platform, Trump shared an Associated Press story about the announcement that the New York production of The Phantom of the Opera will make his final bows in February 2023 with a caustic note: “Even ‘Phantom of the Opera‘ is closing in on the Biden era!”

According to the AP, the long-running production’s impending swan song has nothing to do with President Joe Biden or his administration. Instead, the show’s end of a series of 13,925 performances dating back to 1988 is a result of a “post-pandemic softening in theater attendance in New York”.

In a statement, the show’s longtime producer Cameron Mackintosh said the nature of the theater is that “all shows finally close.”

“As a producer, you dream that a show will last forever. In fact, my production of Andrew [Lloyd Webber]’s’Cats‘ proudly declared for decades ‘Now and forever’. Still ‘Ghost‘ surpassed the extraordinary run of that show on Broadway,” he said.

Trump is known for being a fan of Broadway musicals that debuted during his heyday as a developer and tabloid icon in the 1980s.

According to various reports, White House aides used to enlist aide Max Miller to play Trump Reagan-era shows — including the Cats showtopper “Memory” when the then president was getting upset.

Trump’s love of Broadway music also extends to the playlist that can be listened to before his political rallies. Among the songs that rallies can listen to while waiting for the ex-president are two selections of Ghost: “All I Ask of You” and the title track of the musical “The Phantom of the Opera”.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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